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18 Volt XRP Li-Ion Cordless Cut-Off Tool Kit with 6,500 RPM and Trigger Switch
The DeWalt 18 volt xrp li-ion cordless cut-off tool is extremely durable and efficient. This amazing tool features a convenient trigger switch with lock-off button for easier gripping. Making these even more versatile is the 6,500 RPM which provides high power for cutting and grinding applications.
- 6,500 rpm provides high power for cutting and grinding applications
- Convenient trigger switch with lock-off button for easier gripping
- 2 Position side handle offers greater comfort and control
- Quick-change wheel release provides easier and quicker wheel removal without the need for a wrench
- Jam-pot, low profile gear case provides precise gear alignment for a smoother, quieter transmission while allowing access to tight spaces
- XRP™ Li-Ion extended run-time battery provides long run-time & battery life
- (2) 18V XRP™ Li-Ion batteries
- 1 hour charger
- Type 1 guard and wheel
- (2) matched flanges
- 2-position side handle
- Contractor bag and wrench
- Voltage: 18V
- No Load Speed: 6,500 rpm
- Spindle Lock: Yes
- Spindle Thread: 5/8" -11"
- Tool Weight: 6.25 lbs
- Use Wheels rpm Above: 10,000 rpm
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Our SKU: Dewalt DCG411KL
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Dewalt DCG411KL Product Specifications
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Includes Carrying Case||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 Day Money Back Guarantee|
|No Load RPM||6500|
|Number of Batteries||2|
|Spindle Thread||5/8" - 11|
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